Fly Me

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Fly Me
Directed by Cirio Santiago
Produced by Cirio Santiago
Written by Miller Drake
Starring Pat Anderson
New World Pictures
Premiere Productions
Release date
  • 1973 (1973)
Running time
71 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Fly Me is a 1973 United States-Filipino sexploitation film about the adventures of three flight attendants.


Three young flight attendants fly from Los Angeles, California to Hong Kong. Toby's mother has followed her on the plane and Toby tries to lose her so she can romance a doctor, David. Andrea's lover Donald has gone missing. Shelley is smuggling drugs and is kidnapped by a white slave ring.



The film contains some kung fu scenes shot by Jonathan Demme and Joe Dante worked on the movie as a dialogue director.[1]

Corman did not want the film to seem like it was done in the Philippines so he had Curtis Hanson shoot an opening sequence in Los Angeles where Pat Anderson jumped in a taxi cab driven by Dick Miller.[2]


Roger Corman says the film was successful, which he attributed in part to its strong women's lib stance.[3]


  1. ^ Christopher T Koetting, Mind Warp!: The Fantastic True Story of Roger Corman's New World Pictures, Hemlock Books. 2009 p 53
  2. ^ Chris Nashawaty, Crab Monsters, Teenage Cavemen and Candy Stripe Nurses - Roger Corman: King of the B Movie, Abrams, 2013 p 115
  3. ^ Ed. J. Philip di Franco, The Movie World of Roger Corman, Chelsea House Publishers, 1979 p 182

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